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SUB-THEME 3: Connecting creativity and sustainability via human body: Re-creating creative and sustainable organizational bodies through body-based management learning

ConvenorsTakaya Kawamura, Anne Pässilä, Sue Mofat

Room: 134

Friday, 15th September

08:30

08:55

Session 1

What drives the relationship between creativity and sustainable development? Proposition of a model

K. Mnisri, K.-P. Schultz, N. Guimaraes da Costa

08:55

09:20

Bridging conscious and unconscious knowledge in order to strengthen sustainability production in HMI contexts

M. G. Arnold

09:20

09:45

Cross-disciplinary perspective - creating resilient futures through interaction of arts and science

A. Pässilä, H. Kahiluoto, A. Owens, H. Mäkinen, A. Kahiluoto

09:45

10:45

Opening workshop

A. Pässilä, T. Kawamura

10:45

11:15

 

Break

11:15

11:40

Session 2

Responsible leadership inspires HEIs to become humanised, innovative and creative environments

A. Martins, I. Martins, T. Ahmed Akbar Vajeth, O. Pereira

11:40

12:05

Teaching business economics for sustainability with different interests coming into play

P. Andersson

12:05

12:30

Cultivating sustainable organizational bodies by embodied, playful learning in inter-practices

W. Küpers

 

Saturday, 16th September

08:30

08:55

   Session 3

Drama in ESD – a multimodal experience

E. Österlind

08:55

09:20

Becoming connected in drama for a sustainable future

A. Lehtonen

09:20

09:45

Facilitating sustainable development through artful inquiries

S. Suomalainen, A. Pässilä, A. Owens,  C. Holtham

09:45

10:15

 

Break

10:15

10:40

   Session 4

Reflections on an (auto-)ethnography of ‘art-work’

T. Letiche, J.-L. Moriceau

10:40

11:05

A Theatre of Non-Capitalist Sustainability

I. Paes, J.-L. Moriceau, H. Letiche

11:05

11:30

The Bodily Animal

J.-L. Moriceau, H. Letiche

11:30

12:30

Concluding workshop
(Cultural Animation for community empowerment, creativity, sustainability, arts, body, work/labour, health/well-being, community, affect, libido/hormone, representation, symbolization, identification, ...)

S. Moffat, T. Kawamura

 

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